Origin of emmetropia
Examples from the Web for emmetropia
(a) In myopia, emmetropia, and doubtful hypermetropia, with convergent and divergent squint together 329 cases.
Therefore we see the same form of squint arise less often in emmetropia (see Case 45) when childhood is past, than in myopia.
Those cases deserve special consideration in which emmetropia is present in one eye, in the other myopia.
It may, therefore, be useful for our purpose to cite a few cases of periodic convergent strabismus with emmetropia.
Emmetropia on both sides, visual acuteness nearly perfect on the right, on the left 2/3 of the normal.